A Semantic Web Approach to DRM
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A Semantic Web Approach to Digital Rights Management
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A Semantic Web Approach to
Digital Rights Management

by

Roberto García

Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of
Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science and Digital Communication

Department of Technologies, Universitat Pompeu Fabra,
Barcelona, Spain

Advisor: Jaime Delgado Mercé

Table of Contents

Abstract

Introduction

State of the Art

  1. Knowledge Representation
    1. Tacit Knowledge
    2. Knowledge Sharing
    3. Information
    4. Knowledge Formalisation
    5. Knowledge Representations
    6. Logic
    7. Semantics
    8. Inference
    9. Ontology
    10. KR Technologies
    11. Knowledge into Practice
  2. Web Technologies
    1. Introduction
    2. Building blocks
    3. Current situation
    4. Recent developments
  3. Semantic Web
    1. Tendencies
    2. Built-in Semantics
    3. Explicit Semantics
    4. Semantic Web of Agents
    5. Knowledge Representation
    6. Principles
    7. Architecture
    8. Semantic Web Services
  4. Rights Expression Languages
    1. Introduction
    2. Rights Expression Languages
    3. Creative Commons (CC)
    4. Open Digital Rights Language (ODRL)
    5. MPEG-21
    6. RELs Overview
    7. Other RELs

Preparation

  1. Objectives
    1. Hypothesis
  2. Methodology
    1. Overview
    2. Methontology
    3. XML Semantics Reuse

Contribution

  1. Specification
    1. Summary
    2. Intellectual Property
    3. Copyright
  2. Conceptualisation
    1. Creation Model
    2. Rights Model
    3. Action Model
    4. External Concepts
  3. Implementation
  4. Evaluation
    1. ODRL Ontology
    2. MPEG-21 REL Ontology
    3. MPEG-21 RDD Ontology
    4. Semantic DRM System

Conclusion

  1. Conclusions
    1. Publications
  2. Future Work

Bibliography

This thesis is also available as a PDF PDF.

(The PDF has been generated with XHTML2TeX)

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